The country that consumes the most beer per capita is the Czech Republic with 143 liters per person. This country holds the first position for 25 years in a row. Europe, in general, consumes the most beer in the world. The country that tops the list is the Czech Republic , with 143.3 liters consumed per capita.
And without further ado, here are the countries that drink the most alcohol per capita: Moldova (17.4 liters per capita) Belarus (17.1) Lithuania (16.2) Russia (14.5) Czech Republic (14.1) Romania (12.9) Serbia (12.9) Australia (12.6)
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The world’s biggest beer drinkers Czech Republic – 143.3 litres per capita. Namibia – 108. Austria – 106. Germany – 104.2. Poland – 100.8. Ireland – 98.2. Romania – 94.1. Seychelles – 90.
Native Americans have the highest prevalence (12.1 percent) of heavy drinking (i.e., five or more drinks on the same occasion for 5 or more of the past 30 days; followed by Whites (8.3 percent) and Hispanics (6.1 percent).
Leading commercial beers market share in Australia 2019. During 2019, both the CUB and Lion breweries had the largest market share for commercial beer in Australia . The most popular beers were Great North Brewing and Carlton, both CUB products, and both had a market share of twelve percent apiece.
1. BrewDog The End of History . This Scottish brewery first released this collectors’ beer a decade ago. The ABV was 55% (stronger than most whiskeys), a bottle cost close to 700 pounds, and each was stuffed into a unique piece of taxidermy such as a squirrel or hare.
The Budweiser from Budějovice has been called “The Beer of Kings” since the 16th century. Adolphus Busch adapted this slogan to “The King of Beers.” This history notwithstanding, Anheuser Busch owns the trademark to these slogans in the United States.